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Edythe Morahan de Lauzon

Edythe Morahan de Lauzon (or Morahan-de Lauzon) was a Canadian poetess who published Angels' Songs from the Golden City of the Blessed in 1918 and From The Kingdom Of The Stars[?] in 1922. She lived in Quebec and was a committed Christian and spiritualist. Inspired by the First World War, she engaged deeply with issues around war and German nationalism in terms of her verse, which is comparable in its technical proficiency and emotional effect to that of William McGonagall.

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